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|Jingdong Yuan on increased tensions between US and China is Clinton takes presidency|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan was quoted in this news.com.au article on the effect a Clinton presidency will have on US and China relations, most especially over the South China Sea disputes.
|Documentary film 'Project Z: The Final Global Event' screenings in Europe with CISS Director James Der Derian in attendance|
Professor James Der Derian will be touring Europe to screen his documentary film Project Z: The Final Global Event, produced with Phil Gara.
|An interview with James Der Derian on E-International Relations|
CISS Director, James Der Derian spoke with E-International Relations (E-IR) about his research in quantum and security studies, and discussed the current state of international relations. Click to read the full interview.
|Watch the full 8th Annual Michael Hintze Lecture in International Security presented by Sir Hew Strachan|
The full recorded lecture by Sir Hew Strachan titled "The Great War and Today's World" is now available online for viewing. Sir Strachan presented his lecture for the 8th Annual Michael Hintze Lecture in International Security this year.
|The quest for quantum on Future Tense|
CISS Director James Der Derian recently featured on ABC Radio's Future Tense to discuss the implications of quantum computing on peace and security.
|Sydney University quantum lab receives multimillion dollar grant from US intelligence|
The Quantum Control Lab at the University of Sydney's newly launched Nanoscience Hub has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant for research in quantum computing by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence, reported by the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday.
|Professor James Der Derian to present a paper on film 'Project Z' at the AAG Annual Meeting in San Fransisco|
CISS Director James Der Derian will be attending the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting in San Fransisco this month to present a paper on his recently completed film 'Project Z: The Final Global Event'.
|Why China proposed North Korea peace treaty?|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan was recently quoted in an article about China's proposed peace treaty to North Korea. The article was published on the Korea Times.
|Probing the peace and security implications of quantum innovation|
|Will the latest North Korean nuclear test cause Beijing to reassess its policy?|
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan discusses the recent North Korean nuclear test on Beijing's policy in a new opinion piece for the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA). Click to read.
|US opens up international market for armed drones: Consequences unknown|
CISS Associate and sessional lecturer, Dr. Jennifer Hunt recently wrote an opinion piece about the business and trade of armed drones, published on The Lowy Interpreter. Click through to read the article.
|Launch of Project Q's new website|
CISS has just launched the new website for 'Project Q: Peace and Security in a Quantum Age', a new project funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York that focuses on the significant and globa impact of quantum innovations.
|CISS articles top Australian Book Review's most read articles of the past year|
Two articles produced by CISS members have topped the best read articles of 2014 in the Australian Book Review.
|CISS Director James Der Derian comments on recent surveillance issues|
CISS Director James Der Derian was featured on SBS World News on November 7th about potential cyber attacks on the G20 summit and an article on The Daily Mail regarding the live streaming of surveillance cameras.
|Upcoming CISS Events in November|
Here is what you can look forward to this November at CISS!
|Dr. Adam Kamradt-Scott discusses the risks and containment of Ebola on CNBC|
CISS Staff member Dr. Adam Kamradt-Scott will be on CNBC's Squawk Box at 11.30am (AEST), Monday 27 October to discuss Ebola with Bernie Lo and Susan Li
|CISS at the annual ISA Conference 2014|
CISS staff and associates head to Toronto for the annual ISA International Studies Association Convention next week.
|A rising power looks down under: Chinese perspectives on Australia|
CISS Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has recently published a paper titled 'A rising power looks down under: Chinese perspectives on Australia' through the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
|A new letter from the Director of the Centre for International Security Studies|
CISS Director James Der Derian writes about all things quantum, and the upcoming annual Michael Hintze Lecture and Q Symposium, 'Peace and Security in a Quantum Age'
|Visual threats: Lene Hansen’s Michael Hintze lecture to introduce first Q Symposium|
|Photographs from Abu Ghraib and Fallujah, the Muhammad Cartoons, and the video of the dying Iranian activist Neda are just a few examples of images playing decisive roles in security and foreign policy debates.On 20 February, Denmark’s first female Professor of International Relations Lene Hansen will present ‘In Defense of|
|CISS Associates receive funding from the Australian Research Council|
Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced the recipients of research funding under the Future Fellowship and Major Grants schemes, three of which are from the Centre for International Security Studies.
|From War 2.0 to quantum war: the superpositionality of global violence|
CISS Director and Michael Hintze Chair James Der Derian recently published a journal article in a special issue of the Australian Journal of International Affairs about the digital media revolution and its impact in contemporary conflicts. Read the full article here.
|CISS Director James Der Derian to present a talk at McGill University, Montreal|
CISS Director and Michael Hintze Chair James Der Derian will be presenting a talk titled 'Peace and Security in a Quantum Age' at the McGill University in Montreal this November 8th, as part of the Centre for International Peace and Security Studies' Speaker Series
|Dr. Sarah Phillips on the Kenyan terror attacks on ABC1|
CISS Senior Lecturer Dr. Sarah Phillips commented on the current Kenyan terror attacks on last night's 7:30 program on ABC1